About NEI

NEI Global Relocation was established in 1985 as a wholly-owned, Women's Business Enterprise and subsidiary of NP Dodge Company, one of the longest running and most well-respected real estate companies in the United States.

Over the years, we've steadily grown our business and our global footprint with regional offices in Switzerland and Singapore. Our extensive industry awareness, operational expertise, and continued focus on the human elements of relocation have consistently earned NEI Global Relocation recognition as one of the top relocation and assignment management companies in the industry.

We remain committed to our founding ambitions of delivering a customer-centric experience that prioritizes the holistic needs of relocating families, as well as providing unparalleled global mobility support that you can count on.

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The Industries We Serve

NEI serves a wide range of industries all across the globe and can efficiently relocate your people anywhere they need to go.

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12% Technology
11% Transportation
11% Food & Beverage
10% Medical, Pharma & Biotech
10% General Manufacturing
9% Energy & Utilities
9% Finance & Insurance
7% Chemicals
6% Agricultural
5% Business & Consumer Services
3% Architecture / Engineering / Building Construction
3% Retail
2% Education
2% Media
1% Other

Senior Leadership

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Randy Wilson, SCRP

President | CEO,
NEI Global Relocation

Randy is responsible for the overall management and growth of NEI, directing senior leaders and guiding the company's strong operational infrastructure. A licensed real estate broker with over 35 years of relocation experience, she is a member of Worldwide ERC® where she holds her Senior Certified Relocation Professional (SCRP) designation. Randy speaks at conferences and has received the WERC President's Award, its Meritorious Service Award and served on its U.S. Advisory Council, the Certification Review Board and Government Affairs Council.

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Michelle Moore, CPA, MPA, CGMA,

Chief Global Mobility Officer, NEI Global Relocation

Michelle is primarily responsible for international operations and managing the financial needs of NEI. After several years as a large financial services auditor with Deloitte, she joined the company and progressed through several roles, including Vice President of Operations and CFO. Her comprehensive insights into business and relocation make her the perfect person to guide the interfacing of client relocation processes. She holds a Master of Professional Accountancy (MPA), is a Chartered Global Management Accountant (CGMA), and a Certified Public Accountant (CPA).

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Janell Anderson, CRP

Chief Experience Officer, NEI Global Relocation

Janell oversees the service delivery of all U.S. Domestic relocation programs, quality assurance, global mobility strategies and goal monitoring for clients. She works closely with team leaders to ensure adequate staffing and with NEI Talent Development to ensure our employees have the technical background necessary to perform their jobs well. Janell joined NEI in 1996 and progressed through many critical positions and complex experiences. She has also been a bank auditor for the FDIC.

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Greg Keith

Chief Information Officer, NEI Global Relocation

Greg is focused on service excellence through the continuing development of leading-edge technology for NEI, our clients and their transferring families. He oversees the teams who provide critical reporting functions and develop our innovative Global Gateway. Greg is keenly focused on protecting data and guides related initiatives. His experience includes implementing ERP systems, developing workflow and imaging solutions, a sales forecasting and quota system, and integrating systems.

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Pam Jacknick, CRP, GMS

SVP Global Client Development, NEI Global Relocation

Pam joined NEI in 2006 and has served in the relocation industry since 1982. As SVP of Global Client Development, she leads a team of professionals charged with introducing potential clients to NEI and through analysis of their relocation programs, helping them discover how to contain costs and enhance the transferee and assignee experience. Her years of experience in third party relocation management includes leading many Fortune 500 companies through all facets of the relocation process.

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Cindy Beitel, CRP

SVP Global Client Relations, NEI Global Relocation

As Senior Vice President of Global Client Relations, Cindy provides direction and strategic insight to NEI Client Relations Managers, who are our clients’ primary contact for managing and improving their relocation programs and keeping NEI departments apprised of client needs. She monitors emerging industry trends and best practices to assist her team with client-centric solutions. Cindy joined NEI in 2004 and advanced through various positions prior to accepting her current role.

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Mary Petersen

Controller, NEI Global Relocation

Mary Petersen brings almost 30 years of experience as an accomplished global financial accounting and consulting professional with U.S. and multiple international locations. As Controller, she ensures the accuracy, timeliness and efficiency of all global accounting and financial service functions, while remaining compliant with applicable accounting and legal regulations. Mary oversees the operations and development of the accounting, compensation, and expense administration teams, and develops metrics to manage best practices.

Our Teams

NEI Operations Teams

Our teams are structured as a cohesive unit to thoroughly understand your program at every level, serving you and your relocating families with unparalleled support. We invite you to discover the NEI difference!

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Global Service Partner Relations

From vetting new service partners globally to managing our Global Partner Alliance by setting expectations and holding them accountable, our GSPR team collaborates with our service partners to deliver the best results.

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NEI Information Technology

Constantly innovating to enhance human interactions with digital solutions that make activities faster and easier, NEI's Information Technology team makes use of the most advanced technology tools for analytics, automated workflows, and process efficiencies.

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Client Development

As NEI's Client Development team members learn about your company culture, program, and talent agility goals, they are able to share how NEI could improve your company's overall mobility program experience.
Let's start the relationship today!

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Your Vision Is Our Mission

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As one of the top corporate relocation companies, NEI provides all services needed to support your global mobility and talent acquisition teams in getting employees where they are needed.

We partner with our clients to build lasting relationships through sincere, honest and reliable actions that fit your organization's unique needs.

How We Do What We Do

Talent Development

NEI University offers more than 200 formal online training courses for our employees in addition to one-on-one support and industry webinars, all focused on empowering our team members to be top performers in our industry. Nancy Godwin, CRP, NEI VP Talent Development, leads her team in developing the strategy behind our training philosophy and how it benefits those we serve.
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Global Mobility Strategies (GMS)

One of the most important resources for our clients is the research provided by our Global Mobility Strategies team. From individual policy cost analysis to extensive benchmarking and industry surveys, GMS provides consulting services to fine-tune your global mobility program. We also support customized industry surveys, area market/housing studies, and can conduct service partner RFPs.
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Global Partner Alliance (GPA)

NEI created a global network of service partners who share our values. These companies participate in educational and networking opportunities, like our annual GPA Summit, and compliance training to understand our expectations. We also established the GPA Advisory board comprised of representatives from different service categories to meet quarterly and examine global trends. This helps us keep our clients prepared for the future and aware of emerging trends.
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Inclusive Values  

As a nationally certified Women's Business Enterprise, our guiding tenet is Inclusion as a way to foster a culture of mutual respect, understanding and continuous improvement. Our people engage with a diverse workforce on a daily basis where cultural awareness is important. We train our employees to recognize and respond accordingly to individual communication styles and treat everyone fairly.
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Sustainable Mindset

NEI is socially and environmentally responsible, dedicated to corporate citizenship and championing sustainability efforts within our organization and throughout our circle of influence. Our efforts to continuously improve NEI best practices include outside assessments from organizations like EcoVadis and the Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP).
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